MACFARLANE FAMILY - CLYDE CRUISE 1934

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Subjects:

  • Ships and shipping
  • Transport

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Home movies and videos

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: MACFARLANE FAMILY - CLYDE CRUISE 1934

Reference number: 2518

Date: 1934

Director: [filmed by Jack Macfarlane]

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 13 mins

Description: Scenes of the Clyde taken from the Macfarlane family's motor cruiser. [See also refs. 2519, 2520, 2521, 2522, 2523].

Credits: Chairman of Macfarlane & Lang

Shotlist: [Please note shotlisted from VHS copy, times coverted from 25 fps.]

[BW] Shots of dog playing (1.12) members of the Macfarlane family in their garden (1.44) gvs steamers [possibly PS Columba and Caledonia?] and naval vessels on Clyde [one marked D49] (3.37) [COL] shots of motor launch, shots of two men and one woman on board intercut with tracking shot steamer and coastline; c/u ensign flying (7.22) [BW] shots of a large sailing ship (8.24) tracking shot motor launch (8.49) gvs the Clyde shore (9.57) shots of Jack and Robert Macfarlane rowing their cruiser (11.06) gvs bathers and Clyde coastline (12.11) gvs motor cruiser and scenes on the Clyde, intercut with shots of member of F2517. Macfarlane family firing an air gun (16.05) interior shot of Macfarlane brothers in motor cruiser (17.37) brief shot paddle steamer (18.06)